Each year during Catholic Schools Week, Chaminade recognizes graduates who are exceptional individuals, leaders in business and the community, and who incorporate Marianist values in their everyday lives. Today, we are proud to announce Pamela Gonzalez Meyer ’76 as the 2014 Distinguished Alumna of the Year.
Pam was among the first girls admitted to Chaminade in 1972 and graduated in 1976 with a class size of 112. In 1980, she graduated from California State University, Northridge Summa Cum Laude and in 1983, from USC Law School. She has been a practicing member of the California Bar since 1983 and focuses on entertainment immigration law.
An active Chaminade volunteer, she has been a drama and choir parent volunteer, Career Night participant, and one of the first women on the high school varsity football chain gang. She is an active alumni volunteer, helping at events such as Homecoming and Senior Sunset.
Pam is in her eleventh year of service on the Chaminade Board of Directors; for the past three years she has served as board chair. She has chaired the Policy and Planning Committee and is a member of the Advancement Committee. Pam is also chair of the Executive, Nominating and President Search committees.